How Many Websites, YouTube Channels and Blogs Can I Use With Adsense?

How Many Websites, YouTube Channels and Blogs Can I Use With Adsense?
How Many Websites, YouTube Channels and Blogs Can I Use With Adsense?

The answer to this is pretty simple. You can attach and link as many YouTube Channels, sites and blogs as you want to a single Adsense account. But..that doesn't mean you should, especially if you are a single person working on those sites. For this post, I will go through the reasons for saying that and hopefully give you some guidance about earning more Adsense revenue long term...

So I can Link As Many Streams As I Want to One Adsense Account?

Yes, you can indeed link almost infinite sites, channels and blogs to a single Adsense account, but most people will of course only have a few. I guess the real question here should be "how many blogs, channels and sites can one person handle?" because that is a whole different ball game. You don't want to have too many channels and sites because you have to keep making content for them and that could get complicated. But just having one will often not be enough to earn a living from.

So How Many Adsense Streams Should I have?

While that is a question only you yourself can answer I personally like to stick to 5. That way I have one blog or channel for each day of the week and that way they all get content added at least once a week (with weekends off). It is all about finding that fine balance between doing too much and spreading yourself thin and earning a good living from it. That balance line will be different for everyone and some Adsense accounts will have hundreds of sites, channels and blogs linked to them! How do they cope with all those? They have more than one person working on them!

Its all too easy to find one site, one channel that is doing well and fall into the trap of putting all your time and effort into it. When you should be trying to diversify your revenue stream as much you can with things other than Adsense, especially when it comes to long term revenue. The good news is this will often come naturally to most internet content creators as they evolve and change their plans and ideas. But always keep an Adsense account going, because you just never know when you might need one.

As always if you have any other questions relating to Adsense do leave them in the comments box below and will answer them there or make a whole post for you with your answer.